What is Home Health?
Home Health is a skilled service that brings your doctor’s office into the comfort and privacy of your home. This service is available and covered by many insurances. Call our office to speak with a Care Coordinator.

How We Can Help

Registered Nurse

Specialized wound care, medication management, diseases management and more.

Physical Therapy

Gait training for ambulation and increased mobility

  • Sets up an individualized plan of care, in consultation with your doctor, with the patient’s goals in mind
  • Educates patients and caretakers about your diagnosis and treatment
  • Monitors your health, symptoms and vital signs
  • Provides wound care, ostomy care and other medical services
  • Assists with medication management
  • Assists with pain management
  • Blood draws and warfarin management
  • Detects and addresses early symptoms that could lead to hospitalization
  • Physical Therapist
    -Teaches therapeutic exercises to help patients strengthen your muscles and joints so you
    can move with greater ease
    – Assists and recommends safety adaptations for your home. Recommends equipment,
    such as wheelchairs or walkers and grab bars
    – Post-surgical care to ensure optimum recovery
    -Teaches energy conservation techniques for those with COPD and related conditions
     Fall prevention

Speech Therapy

Evaluation and treatment for swallow and cognition functional disorders

Occupational Therapy

Safe and healthy activities of daily living

Medical Social Worker

An Advocate for you and your family

  • Develops verbal or nonverbal systems to improve your communication
  • Educates you and your caregivers about in-home exercises and strategies
  • Memory Care helps! We develop programs with structured memory tasks, problem solving, reasoning, visual and auditory aids to help you with cognitive impairments
  • We help patients with swallowing difficulties modify your diet, so that you learn safe swallow strategies
  • Modifies your home environment to improve safety and reduce fall risk
  •  Teaches you and your family how to safely complete daily tasks like bathing, dressing and cooking
  • Teaches you strategies to manage and take your medications properly
  • Recommends and assists you with using special equipment, such as shower chairs or bedside commodes
  • Teaches energy conservation techniques for breathing problems
  • Provides counseling and teaches you and your family coping skills
  • Advocates for you and your caregivers
  • Helps patients access financial assistance and health insurance coverage
  • Provides referrals to helpful community resources
  • Educates you about your medications and explains the importance of follow-up visits
  • Assists with longer term planning following home health services, such as advance care planning, health care directives, financial assistance and transportation services

Home Health Aide

Assist you with activities such as bathing dressing and eating

  • Assists you with activities such as bathing, dressing and eating
  • Light housekeeping
  • Provides Companionship
  • Recognizes and communicates changes in your health status to the home health care team
  • Is an intermittent service paid by Medicare

Medicare doesn’t pay for:


  • 24-hour-a-day care at home
  • Meals delivered to your home
  • Homemaker services (like shopping, cleaning, and laundry), when this is the only care you need
  • Custodial or personal care (like bathing, dressing, or using the bathroom), when this is the only care you need

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“Please allow me to express my deep appreciation for your organization. You are to be commended for your professionalism. Whenever a problem transpires, the agency is quick to resolve the issue. I feel that they are truly concerned about me as an individual, and I never feel like I am merely a number.”

“I’ve failed over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.”

Gloria Harris, Amicable Healthcare Client

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Serving single family homes to large organizations.

People We Serve

Amicable Healthcare is licensed by the Washington State Department of Health to provide facility and in-home placement services.

We are presently contracted with the City of Seattle Human Services Department Aging and Disability Services (ADS), Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Department of Developmental Disability services (DDD), and the Asian Counseling and Referral services of Seattle (ACRS).

Our team offers an array of quality services for people who are eldery, homebound, disabled, or with chronic illnesses. We are able to offer specialized care that is customized for each and every person. Whether you are getting care through the State or discharging from an inpatient facility, Amicable is here to help.

These services are offered in King, Pierce and Snohomish county.

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Well equiped for anything

Industry Leader

Our team of healthcare specialists are licensed, certified and trained in their roles in accordance with Washington State Department of Health regulation.

For the safety of our community, our clinical team is PPE certified. It is the Amicable guarantee that when our team steps into your home, we will properly use masks, face shield, gloves, and gowns as medically necessary.

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Not a nursing home

A 1 on 1 Companion

In-Home care commonly refers to daily activity assistance. This is where we assist in managing everyday life through bathing, cooking, light housework and more. Home care allows your loved one to remain at home and carry on with their daily life with the assistance of an Amicable caregiver.

Our caregivers help your loved one continue living life at home in a safe and fulfilling manner. Amicable’s caregivers are the finest in the industry. Along with meeting our rigorous criteria, screening and background checks, they are also required to complete ongoing education to stay in compliance with industry standards and best practices.

Our team’s utmost concern is the well-being of the community we serve. Our clients and their families can trust that they will be treated with respect and their care plan will reflect their best interest, that’s what “Care From the Heart” is all about.

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